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What kind of roast do you prefer? Pork, beef, lamb or chicken?

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Personally, I don't think you can beat a lamb roast. But what kind of roast do you prefer - lamb, beef, pork or chicken?

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None of the above My husband makes a soy based veggie roast, but even when I used to eat meat I always found the vegetables (roast potato, pumpkin and onions) the best part anyway.
I don't like lamb or pork. My favourite roast is mutton.
Pork roast as I love the crackling!
Pork.
by Vee
It depends how it's cooked. Roast lamb can be dried out and awful or it can be rare and juicy, pork can be dried out and awful and the crackling can be too tough, chicken can be too dry . there's a lot of dry roasters!

I would prefer a well cooked roast pork with crackling, or some nice rare roast lamb.
I love roast pork I love to roast a whole leg of pork - pork bought from the vietnamese butcher. No flavour infused (read tough and dry) rolled loin of pork, forget the "free range" and the Heart Foundation Tick and the extra lean as well.
Just give me an ordinary, run-of-the-mill leg of pork with SOME FAT ON IT. There is nothing to beat the pork roast, absolutely succulent and almost opulent i.e. if it is left alone with nothing more than salt and olive oil on the crackling.
I love roast lamb, roast beef, roast chicken, roast veal but for some reason Australians absolutely HAVE to cook the beejees-- out of a lovely piece of meat. I believe a roast is the easiest meal to cook whether for four or forty people. I'm starving.
I love roast pork I love to roast a whole leg of pork - pork bought from the vietnamese butcher. No flavour infused (read tough and dry) rolled loin of pork, forget the "free range" and the Heart Foundation Tick and the extra lean as well.
Just give me an ordinary, run-of-the-mill leg of pork with SOME FAT ON IT. There is nothing to beat the pork roast, absolutely succulent and almost opulent i.e. if it is left alone with nothing more than salt and olive oil on the crackling.
I love roast lamb, roast beef, roast chicken, roast veal but for some reason Australians absolutely HAVE to cook the beejees-- out of a lovely piece of meat. I believe a roast is the easiest meal to cook whether for four or forty people. I'm starving.
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